Premium fitness tracker of the last year, Fitbit Charge 3, is now one year and four months old. It is time for a new fitness band with the latest technology to beat the laziness. That’s what Fitbit thought and launched its brand new Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker. Thankfully, it didn’t take too much time, as Charge 3 got after the launch of Charge 2. The fitness band comes with GPS support and Spotify Connect & Control to play, pause & play next or previous songs. It is the first tracker to get both these supports.
The GPS will surely help users in their outdoor activities to track better records. Fitbit says it gives you full of seven days of battery life to enjoy your workouts without any worries. The essential tools for the weather forecast, set timer, sleep tracking, SpO2, 24/7 fitness tracking, check the calendar, and a stopwatch is all pre-installed on the tracker. Design-wise it is the same as Charge 3, which is good that you can use the same straps if you moved from the older one. For the contactless payment, Fitbit uses Fitbit Pay service with support from many companies.
Newly added Active Zone Minutes app uses heart rate zones and remaining free heart rate information to better count activities. It helps you to measure the heart rate of your activities offers the credit when you hit the fat burn or peak cardio zones. The Fitbit Charge 4 now goes on pre-order in the US for $149.95. It comes in Rosewood, Black, Storm Blue/Black & Granite Reflective Woven color option in one size.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.